Issue of December 31, 2017
     
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Thai companies to consider putting up ventures at BCEZ
by PIO release

Some Thailand-based companies will be visiting the city in 2018 to study the possibility of putting up their operations at the Philippine Economic Zone Authority or anywhere within La Trinidad-Itogon-Sablan-Tuba-Tublay.

Mayor Mauricio Domogan said that Thailand Ambassador to the Philippines Thanatip Upatasing told him during their recent meeting that officials of some Thailand-based companies have signified their willingness to visit the city in 2018 to assess the business environment in the city or within the BLISTT.

“We consider the meeting with the Thai ambassador as fruitful because he committed that there will be officials of some Thailand-based companies who will be visiting our city anytime next year to study the possibility of establishing their operations either in the city or in suitable places within the BLISTT to help in generating jobs for our constituents and improving the economic activities in the said places,” Domogan said.

He said that the planned expansion of operation of Thailand-based companies will be a huge economic driver not only for the local economy but also for the country’s direct foreign investments.

The mayor did not divulge the companies that intend to invest in the city, although he added that there is an open line of communication between him and the Thai ambassador for them to discuss the matter once the officials of the companies have made a decision to come to the city.

He said the partnership of the local government and the Thai embassy was enhanced by the Philippines-Thailand Cultural Organization headed by Minda Pama, wife of former University of the Cordilleras president Ricardo Pama, which was instrumental in bringing to the city the Thailand embassy officials and a 51-member Thai delegation who spent several days going around Baguio City.

Domogan expressed optimism that the visit of the officials of Thailand-based companies to the city this year will be successful.


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